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Can a landlord enter a tenant's unit?
A landlord may enter a tenant's unit under certain circumstances; sometimes notice is required, sometimes it is not.
A landlord can enter a tenant's unit, without notice, in cases of emergency, or if the tenant agrees to it at the time of entry, or if the tenancy agreement states that the landlord will clean the unit at specified times (if times are not specified, this can be done between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.).
A landlord can enter a tenant's unit, without notice, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., to show the unit to a prospective tenant if the landlord or tenant has given a notice of termination or if the landlord and tenant have agreed to terminate the tenancy. The landlord must try to inform the tenant that they will be entering the unit. This right of entry also applies to the landlord of a care home, who needs to enter a tenant's unit to conduct bed checks, as long as the tenancy agreement provides for it.
A landlord can enter a tenant's unit with 24 hours written notice, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., in order to do repairs, to show the unit to a potential buyer, mortgagee or insurer, or for any other reasonable purpose that is set out in the tenancy agreement.
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